THE MOST ADVANCED APP RE-ENGAGEMENT PLATFORM
Activate, Upsell and Retain your audience
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WHO WE ARE
Adikteev is the leading app re-engagement platform for performance-driven marketers, consistently ranked in the top 5 of the Appsflyer Performance Index. We help the world’s top-spending app publishers increase retention, reacquire churned users and drive incremental revenue. App publishers in gaming, ecommerce, on-demand, services and entertainment rely on us to deliver made-to-measure strategies, creatives and algorithms.
3 reasons to re-engage your audience:
60% HIGHER RETENTION RATES
30% INCREMENTAL REVENUE
20% MORE IN-APP ACTIONS
WHAT SETS US APART
Pre-launch analysis and custom strategy
At Adikteev we care about your budget. Assuming the fact that programmatic is the complementary channel to your social media re-engagement strategy, we start every business relationship with a comprehensive free pre-launch analysis or a deep audit of your app to define your optimal audience engagement strategy before the first programmatic media dollar is even spent.
Memorable & immersive custom creatives
The in-house design team is ready to deliver performance-driven, high quality creatives. Our ads are immersive, innovative, memorable, and as always, tailored to fit your app’s specific needs.
From segment to user-level optimization
Because “lapsed 7 days payers” is just not precise enough to run an efficient campaign, Adikteev takes it one step further to focus on each user separately. Our bid price is directed at users, not segments, sending your ads directly to their intended audience. Dynamic Creative Optimization allows us to optimize campaigns at the user level, making our ads as personal as possible.
Adikteev was the first app re-engagement partner in the world to focus on the most important metric: incrementality. We quickly became experts in PSA, Ghost Ads, and ITT, allowing us to offer the most accurate, transparent and verifiable incrementality measurement on the market for all of our clients. Here’s our first talk on incrementality measurement from 2017.